Nigeria's Sosoliso Airlines plane crashed in stormy weather in the southern, oil-rich city of Port Harcourt on Saturday.
Most of those on board were school children returning home from the capital, Abuja, for their Christmas break.
Many of their relatives waiting at Port Harcourt airport to collect them witnessed the horrendous crash.
The plane overshot the runway and burst into flames killing more than 100 passengers.
Bodies from the wreckage were taken to the hospital and morgue, where grieving friends and family went to identify them. Four of the seven survivors have since died.
Nigerians are shocked by the crash, which is the country's second air disaster in less than two months
The day after the crash, Transport Minister Abiye Sekibo visited the site as the president cancelled a trip to Portugal to deal with the crisis.
He has suspended some senior air officials and called an aviation crisis meeting.